As April draws to a close, we've seen plenty of surprises so far. Who would've thought the Mets would be a top-five team two weeks in a row?
With two weeks of the MLB season in the books, we're starting to see some movement from teams we didn't expect to succeed and others we did.
On the surface, Jon Lester turned in another sub-optimal performance for a guy who signed a six-year, $155 million contract in the offseason.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon predicted before Sunday’s game everyone was finally going to see how good Jon Lester can be.
It's become a new American tradition at baseball games.